Thursday, April 25, 5–7 pm
Mitchell Hamline Auditorium | 875 Summit Ave.
All about the hats!
In the tradition of the teas hosted by the former lawyers’ legal fraternity Phi delta Delta, hats and gloves are admired but not required.
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CLE – Thursday, April 25, 3:30–5 pm
Mitchell Hamline Conservatory | 875 Summit Ave.
“I Thought We Talked About This Already?!- Addressing Pay Equity in 2019”- EVENT CODE 270996
Policy concerning pay inequity has cycled through the legislature and public discourse for the last 45 years, and yet pay disparity is still gone unaddressed in any meaningful way. This inequity effects women in every field, and the law is no exception. This panel will discuss the history of this issue, current efforts to address it in Minnesota, and facilitate discussion about the practical effects of pay inequity on careers and advancement in law firms and in companies and whether and how these issues can be discussed and addressed in these organizations.
Justice Esther Tomljanovich ’55
Mary Cullen ’89, The Cullen Group
Toni Newborn ’07, Chief Diversity Office at the City of St. Paul
Carly Melin ’10, Legislative Affairs Director for the MN Attorney General
Valet Parking available. 1.5 CLE credits of elimination of bias credit will be applied for. This year we are offering a webcast, so please consider joining us at the CLE even if you can’t make it to campus.
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